Vintage 1960′s ROLLER DERBY #10 SKATE BOARD w/METAL WHEELS Grandpa’s Skateboard.
Wheels are cracked due to age and have pebbles inside them. The fiberglass board has nice color with original trucks and wheels. This board is NOT for riding, due to age. It’s for collecting or hanging on a wall.
MEASURE – 19″ X 4 1/2″ YELLOW & BLACK IN BLACK YOU CAN MAKE OUT JR BUN BUSTER BY COOLEY 4 METAL WHEELS PRICE ON BOTTOM 2.49 MARKED DOWN TO 1.98.
Get ready to experience the ultimate skateboard ride with this vintage NASH Tuf-Top skateboard featuring a double saw blade theme. The board is made of high-quality wood and has vintage skateboard trucks that are perfect for park rides. This skateboard is a rare find from the 1980s and is in great condition. The skateboard has a red surface with a unique saw blade design that will make heads turn at the park. The NASH Tuf-Top skateboard is a sidewalk surfboard that is perfect for riders who love vintage skateboards. The board is made in the United States and has not been modified. Don’t miss out on the chance to own this rare piece of skateboarding history.
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This is a unique and highly sought-after Krooked Guest Board, featuring the legendary Jesse Martinez. The board is limited edition, with only 600 ever produced, and this particular one is number 499. It’s a vintage piece that would make a great addition to any collection. The board is designed for skateboarding, and it’s perfect for outdoor sports enthusiasts. The board is made with high-quality materials to ensure durability and performance. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own this rare and exclusive item. NO FLAWS OR VISIBLE SCRATCHES, IN ORIGINAL PLASTIC SLEEVE.
Great overall condition with some typical blemishes from being used. What I consider typical scuffs and scratches. It doesn’t seem to have been used much. Great display piece for your old school skateboard collection or museum. Please ask any questions.
This is a rare Humco Skateboard that is prized by collectors. It is the first commercially licensed skateboard and super uncommon. ABOUT THIS BOARD: THE HUMCO SURFER! This is a hard-to-find skateboard in this color. The name badge on the bottom sticker says, Quality Guaranteed by HUMCO Patented or Pat Pend Humphrey Mfg Co San Diego, 20 Calif. ” Measures 24″ overall in length and 4 5/8 wide. All the nuts, bolts, trucks, axles, wheels and springs are in very good shape for the age – late 1950′s early 1960′s. The trucks and wheel assembly is extremely unique. A must to complete your collection. BRAND: HUMCO SURFER SKATEBOARD. CONDITION: See photos and video.
Rare: very early as a skateboard, this looks to be circa 1930s-40s (mainstream stuff didnt happen until the 60s). Beautiful Art Deco curves. 13″ L x 6″ W. Lots of fine, faint, cosmetic rust. Note the small dent on the top someone took an epic jump at somepoint and the wheel-bracket on bottom punched through the top! Looks like its intended to have both feet side by side and facing straight forward! A peice of skateboarding history worthy of some preservation and admiration. A peice of Americana!